Like every profession, the field of law demands a certain sense of apparel. This instinct is what makes the lawyer seem outstanding and rising above all. So, if you haven’t been there yet, it’s time to change your overall lawyer’s attire!
See them Harvey Specter and Mike Ross dazzling their clients with the usual flair?! Oh yeah, that aint only their talents by being good at that, the season is particularly famous for their suits.
Look impactful, look danty!
The lawyer should exercise good taste and common sense while selecting appropriate business attire. Casual and business attire should be clean, pressed and wrinkle free, without holes or frayed areas. Only small logos like Polo or Izod are acceptable, but pictures and large splashes of promotional information on shirts or slacks are not considered appropriate.
Traditional business attire is normally expected when firm personnel are scheduled to meet with clients or visitors. It’s also a good idea to keep fresh, professional business attire on standby, waiting in a closet, in the event that attorneys and senior administrative personnel must dress for unplanned court appearances, client meetings and other events.
Best Clothing for Women:
Acceptable clothing for women includes lightweight sweaters, including turtlenecks, crew, V-neck and cardigans. Vests worn with short or long-sleeved shirts are also acceptable, as well as blouses, knit tops and collared polo shirts. Acceptable pants include khakis, linen blends, silk, twills or corduroy and Capri pants that end close to the ankle.
Standard shoes include thin to medium-sole leather shoes, loafers, pumps or any updated style with a low or stacked heel, open-toed or dress sandals.
Unacceptable clothing for women includes tight, sheer and low-cut clothing of any style, sweatshirts, T-shirts, denim of any type or color, spaghetti straps, open backs, midriff, tank tops, halter tops, stretch pants, stirrup pants, jogging or warm-up suits, jeans of any color or style, casual shorts, dress shorts, miniskirts and Capri pants that end close to the knee.
Obnoxious shoes for women include athletic shoes, moccasins, flip-flops and platform heels.
Best Clothing for Men:
Acceptable clothing for men includes casual slacks – but not denim – khakis, short- or long-sleeved dress shirts, crew and V-necked sweaters with a collared shirt and cardigans.
Hunky-dory shoes include thin to medium sole leather shoes, lace-up loafers, dock shoes or Rockport style.
Not up to the snuff clothing for men includes casual shirts without collars, sweatshirts, T-shirts, denim of any type or color, sweat suits, shorts, jogging or warm-up suits, jeans of any color or style, athletic shoes, flip-flops, moccasins or sandals. Golf shirts with large logos or lettering are also prohibited.
A lawyer has to look stylish enough to have an everlasting impact on the other people. Whist in a crowd, a solicitor stands out from the rest.